Delighted to be selected for the LA Shorts Fest 2013 where the film will be playing on the big screen in Hollywood itself. Amazing news!
Press & Festivals
This is a blog to keep you up to date with festival entries, awards and general information about the film and where it is available to be seen. I will be adding updates as and when they happen. Thanks.
Very proud that One Man's Loss made it onto Short Of The Week. This is a great platform that shares the very best short films and is a go to for industry leaders looking to catch up on the latest and greatest in short film.
Amazing news! One Man's Loss featured on NOWNESS Shorts On Sundays series.
NOWNESS is an interactive luxury lifestyle website launched in February 2010 and is a brand of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton. Every day, the NOWNESS website presents a single article about art, fashion, travel, culture, design, film, music, sport or gastronomy. NOWNESS articles include photography slideshows, films, audio clips, interactive projects and interviews and have featured artists such as Marina Abramović, David Lynch, Pedro Almodóvar, Mario Testino, Spike Jonze, among others.
The wonderful Lyndy Stout at online magazine 1.4 invited me to give an interview about my new short film and some background on how my work is evolving since deciding to branch out as a solo director and move on from the days of Diamond Dogs.
Finally managed to edited a trailer for the film. I guess the poster frame kinda gives the ending away, but if you need a trailer here it is.
One Man's Loss premiered at the Court Metrage - Short Film Corner at the prestigious 2013 Cannes Film Festival. I went out to support the film and even ended up on the red carpet at the premiere for the Coen Brothers latest offering Inside Llewyn Davis. Many thanks to the young American who lent me his prom tux so I could attend.
Philip Sansom's first short film The Black Hole (co-directed with Olly Williams) won the inaugural Virgin Media Awards in 2008. Describe by the prestigious judging panel which included Kevin Spacey & Sir Richard Branson as "Near perfect story telling" & "the work of a future star director." The film went on to win a score of awards the world over and clocked up an insane 15 million hits on YouTube making one of the most played short films of all time.